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Identifying and Talking about Suicide Workshop

Posted on Tue-05-2017 by Adam Carver

Identifying and Talking about Suicide Workshop with Papyrus: WHEN: Saturday 20th May 2017 TIME: 10am-2pm (including breaks) WHERE: Training Room, Birmingham LGBT Centre COURSE CONTENT: This is a half-day training course for members of the LGBT community that prepares participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide, respond appropriately and effectively, and connect them to […]

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PRIDE IN SPORT 2017 – Bigger & Better Than Ever!

Posted on Tue-05-2017 by Ros Gammie

Pride in Sport is back! We are excited to announce a month-long celebration of LGBT participation in  sports throughout July 2017.  Whether you are total newcomer or an old hand, there is a variety of taster sessions, free trials and new activities for you to try! Kicking off on Saturday July 1st we will have a […]

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Pride 2017 at Birmingham LGBT

Posted on Fri-05-2017 by Maria Hughes

Birmingham LGBT’s Ageing Better Programme and LivingWell Project are delighted to present a line up of FREE community events to mark this year’s Pride (supported by Birmingham Pride and the Ageing Better Fund). Birmingham Pride takes place over the 27th and 28th of May with this year’s Pride Parade taking place at midday on Saturday 27th […]

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Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience Courses with Birmingham Mind

Posted on Fri-05-2017 by Adam Carver

Birmingham LGBT in Partnership with Birmingham Mind are running a FREE one day workshop on Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience in June and a longer six week course of weekly sessions designed to build up emotional resilience and improve wellbeing. These sessions will be facilitated by Emma Marks, Community Development Worker from Birmingham Mind. Full details about the […]

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Rainbow Ramble – Hidden Gems – 11am May 29th

Posted on Tue-05-2017 by Ros Gammie

On Pride Monday Simon is going to take us on a journey through the Jewellery Quarter, an intriguing part of Birmingham. Famous for it’s gold and silver he will also show us it’s architecture, catacombs, and other hidden gems We meet at the tram stop in Stephenson Street outside New Street Station from 10.30am and set […]

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